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Flu Shot Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic

A drive-thru flu shot clinic scheduled for Monday, October 15 at Thomas County Central High School has been canceled until further notice.  

yoyo with kids Yo-Yo Man

Students who sold 100 or more Cross Creek cards and students who earned our Achieving Bees Behavior Award were entertained by Noel Kunz, aka the Yo-Yo Man.  Noel has been involved in competitive yo-yoing since 2004 and is recognized as one of the world's best.  He has appeared on several shows and venues showcasing his talent and spreading his love of the yo-yo.  Students were able to see traditional yo-yo tricks like walking-the-dog and some new modern tricks too.

Publix Partners Publix Partners

It's easy to help Cross Creek earn money while you shop at Publix.  Become a Publix Partner and you will help out each time you shop.  For more information, please visit www.publix.com/partners

Greek Day Greek Day

Several of our third-grade students have been studying about the lives and culture of the Ancient Greek.  Students recently participated in Greek Day by dressing up in Greek attire, learning the alphabet, enjoying Greek food, dancing, and creating artwork.


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prize winners Cross Creek Card Results

Our Cross Creek cards sales have been counted. We are pleased to announce that our students sold 10,560 cards! Congratulations to our top prize winners:

1st Place- Autum Rich sold 674 cards

2nd Place Tie- Finton Lane and Katie Parkerson both sold 215 cards

3rd Place- Jayden Rodrigues sold 163 cards

4th Place-Julia James sold 156 cards

Thank you to everyone for supporting our school!

Social Media Safety Social Media Safety Seminar
On Tuesday, September 11, Thomas County Schools hosted a Social Media Safety parent workshop. The guest speaker presented topics for parents to be aware of the lasting impacts of social media messages as well as the features of various apps that parents are encouraged to monitor. If you were unable to attend, you may view the recording by clicking the following link https://youtu.be/9qyiQ0B5eAo . 
After you view the recording, please take a moment to give us feedback on future topics of interest by completing a three-question survey:


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